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The Crunchy Elixir…Reduces Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Sugar & Clogged Arteries! Dr. Mandell

Peanut Butter has many healing medicinal properties for the body. Not only is it healthy, it's delicious! Resveratrol, an antioxidant in peanuts, reduces cardiovascular inflammation, lowers blood pressure, increases circulation and relaxes blood vessels. It also reduces LDL oxidation responsible for the hardening of arteries and coronary arteries and coronary artery diseases.

A 2018 review in Current Atherosclerosis Reports found that nut consumption doesn’t just reduce the risk of dying from heart disease; but eating peanuts also reduces high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and helps keep blood vessels healthy.

Apples have many healing medicinal properties for the body. It will help balance glucose levels. The pectin in apples are prebiotics and feed your gut the probiotics. This will decrease inflammation in the blood vessels and protect the colon from cancer. Apples will lower your bad cholesterol and triglycerides, and raise your good cholesterol.

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  • @ruthanngraff6800 says:

    I eat 2 pieces of peanut butter toast every morning. .I’m 70 yrs young. An doing great

  • @charannhare4369 says:

    #1 Health Snack for Corneal Vascular Disease is apple and peanut butter!

  • @Hatice.Oz. says:

    I need Urgent Advice Dr.Mandell
    I am 51 and I always drunk Warm water with Apple cider vinegar organic mother’s and squeezed some fresh lemon juice mixture for months I even add some cayenne pepper and chia seeds in.
    Hence, A month ago I cut all the Carbs ,refind foods from my diet. I do intimitent fasting, I only eat protein meals with salad etc. evening meal around 6_7pm
    I joined the gym since 8th.April
    I am also pre menapousal 😢My Question is Why don’t I lose upper body and stomach Fat yet 😓
    I would appreciate any Advice.
    Thank you so much.

    • @deedsterdoo1603 says:

      It’s usually the last fat to go as our body thinks it’s smart saving the upper fat as protection against injury to our internal organs, including the female organs. Really annoying, as I feel your struggle. It takes more time, but you’ll get there.

    • @heavenbound2713 says:

      It’s so discouraging, but persistence will eventually pay off. Also try drinking more water with Celtic salt or Real Salt, but don’t drink with your meals. Barbara O’Neill has good videos regarding this. In the meantime, keep up the good work! 😊

    • @mollielambert9501 says:

      We gave peanut butter on apple slices for snack at AWANAS the children and adults loved it 😄 thank you for this memorable ❤

    • @frozenpann says:

      Avoid sugar, seed oils, and ultra processed foods like they are poisonous. Unpasteurized honey for a sweetener. Increase a variety of Only whole foods and supper foods.
      Try a combination of Berberine and milk thistle for supplement. Up to 1500 mg. will stabilize your blood sugar, hormones, and repair liver damage.
      It’s also effective to fast once a week for a day or two but it depends on your lifestyle. Don’t give in to temptation because it can take up to a couple weeks to get your system back on track. Don’t give up, keep reaching what’s going to work for you! Blessings.

  • @-16_ says:

    Love Apples 🍏granny smith’s ❤️red ones my opinion are sweeter, and peanut butter sends me nuts love peanut butter too 😋

  • @BloomWithGracie says:

    I just recently found your channel and I love it!!! All my doctors want to do is load me up on medications, even when they make me sick or don’t work. I am definitely putting your video’s to good use! Thank you so much for taking the time to make them.

  • @system09wb22 says:

    i watch your vids everyday
    thanks..you encourage me to improve my health

  • @jessiesantiago says:

    Wow.!!! ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ I always eat both of them

  • @tm5aw357 says:

    How do we know what reduces clogged arteries?

  • @deedsterdoo1603 says:

    Almost 50 and I recently learned that peanuts are not considered Nuts, but legumes. They are in the same class as peas, beans, etc.

    • @cgkuch4184 says:

      Night shade food

    • @julias.4980 says:

      ​​​@@cgkuch4184 Sorry, but you are mistaken. Nightshades include Eggplants, Ground Cherries, Hot and Sweet Peppers, Potatoes, Tomatoes and Tomatillos (Husk Tomato). Belladonna, Datura, Petunia and Tobacco are also Nightshades (Solonicae). Peanuts, sometimes called “Ground Nuts” since they grow underground, and other Legumes are NOT Nightshades. Please look it up.

    • @deedsterdoo1603 says:

      @@cgkuch4184 Even though “nut” is in its name, a peanut is actually a legume. Like soybeans, lentils, and other legumes, peanuts are edible seeds that grow in pods. Still, most people think of them as nuts, along with tree nuts such as walnuts, almonds, and hazelnuts.

    • @banba317 says:

      I’m 69 years old and I learned that peanuts were beans in science class when I was about 10 years old. Didn’t you pay attention in school?

    • @deedsterdoo1603 says:

      @@banba317 Actually, I did. I even paid tuition, attention, and graduated from college. I’m not sure whether to be ashamed of myself or my education at this point. I seriously never thought about it, or always assumed they were a nut.

  • @Brymmie says:

    Thank you very much Dr Mandell, God bless you immensely

  • @savw5134 says:

    I LOVE to melt peanut butter and then dip things like bananas and toast. ❤

  • @ellenjolenewilkins6511 says:

    Thank you for the info. I usually eat apple and peanutbutter for breakfast daily😊. God bless.

  • @iansane3286 says:

    Macadamia nut butter on an apple is my go to

  • @annaqueenn says:

    Awsome vidéo. Thank you Doctor Mendel.
    Stay blessed 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

  • @bestkksser says:

    Dear Person That’s Reading This You May Be Goin Through Something But God Got U He Didn’t Bring You This Far To Quit.We Don’t Know Each Other But I Wish U All The Best In Life 2024 And Beyond.🇧🇸❤️

  • @jehanaraali4296 says:

    I love peanut butter . But I will eat an apple too thank you God Bless you

  • @allinadaysworkhakunamatata9187 says:

    Bread with peanut butter and banana. So 👍 good

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Thank you father God for having us on the wake up list to be part of this mother’s day celebration if person reading this agree with me say Amen 🙏 ❤

  • @marieo.bruneau9596 says:

    Good morning, Dr. Mandell!
    I don’t like green apples. But from now on, I am going to follow this regimen.
    Thank you, and may the ONE who IS, the Father of the all, and all bless you abundantly! 🙏😍

  • @whateverthedaybrings2268 says:

    Dr.Mandel needs to write a book! He is filled with such useful tips and tricks; it would be great to have a guide to turn to, especially when we need to access information quickly without having to dig through Youtube. He has so many remedies for so many different things I find it a little overwhelming. A guide and maybe recommended diets, exercises, etc would be very beneficial and I am sure it would sell well. Food for thought Dr. M! ❤️

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